Overview

Princess Alice Court is ideal for students on a budget. It provides good value, mainly standard, accommodation in the heart of the student community. Flats are shared between four to six people. All the kitchens at this hall contain a cooker, fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, sink and drainer, cupboards and work tops, and table and chairs or breakfast bar with seating. En suite rooms have a single bed, en-suite, wardrobe, bookshelves, a desk and chair. Standard rooms have a single bed, wash basin, wardrobe, bookshelves, a desk and chair. Each flat of standard rooms has shared toilet and shower facilities. Residents at University-owned halls benefit from award winning customer service and wellbeing support as well as exclusive access to a free events programme, organised to help students meet each other across the halls community and get involved in a range of activities. All students can take advantage of the free Unibus service to travel between sites, to Derby city centre and to the train station. • 4 minute walk to One Friar Gate Square • 13 minute walk to Derby city centre • 9 minute walk to Britannia Mill • 12 minute walk to Markeaton Street • 22 minute walk to Kedleston Road 42 week contracts available

Pricing

En suite room £140.56 p/w En suite room (adapted) £140.56 p/w Standard room £113.40 p/w

Amenities (12)

  • Fitted kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Fridge freezer
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Onsite maintenance
  • Widescreen TV
  • Internet access
  • Bike storage
  • Laundry room
  • Garden landscaping
  • Car parking
  • Shaving points
  • Games room
  • Emergency call points
  • In-room phone
  • CCTV security
  • Secure door entry
  • Washer dryer
  • Vending machine
  • Satellite/Digital TV
  • Dishwasher
  • Photocopier
  • Wheelchair access

Location

Bridge Street, Near University, Derby, DE1 3LD

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